cyclogenesis


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cyclogenesis

[¦sī·klō′jen·ə·səs]
(meteorology)
Any development or strengthening of cyclonic circulation in the atmosphere.

cyclogenesis

cyclogenesis
A deepening of a low-pressure system associated with the continuing development of a mid-latitude cyclone storm.
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Cyclogenesis in the Mediterranean basin: a diagnosis using synoptic-dynamic anomalies.
January is the peak month for cyclogenesis in the western Gulf of Mexico (Saucier, 1949), and under these conditions, Frontal Overrunning weather spreads across much of Texas and southwestern Louisiana.
The acceptance of two contrasting interpretations of cyclogenesis over the last century "has been antiphonal with the two streams alternating in holding ascendency" (Davies 1997, p.
Recent estimates suggest there are between 45 and 65 explosive cyclogenesis events a year and that more "bombs" tend to occur in the northern hemisphere.
Details of such monitoring mechanism include genesis of the possible cyclonic circulation over the open seas is generated by the meso-scale short range (72hrs in advance) prediction models and global scale medium range (120hrs in advance) prediction models along with monitoring sea surface temperature and moisture convergence, satellite monitoring is pursued for detecting cyclogenesis and monitoring further intensity, movement and landfall of cyclones.
2008) showed quantitatively that a positive summer NAM was associated with stronger cyclogenesis and consequent storm activity in the Hudson Bay area.
Many GALE researchers say they came into the program with the suspicion that the ocean plays a more important role in cyclogenesis than most models assumed.
While track forecasts have improved significantly, tropical cyclogenesis and rapid intensification remain challenges and have been the focus of recent field campaigns (Montgomery et al.
The process behind the storm rapid cyclogenesis is known colloquially as a weather bomb.